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Minnesota State University Moorhead · Athletics Communications Volleyball GAME NOTES 2012 Nemzek Hall · 1104 7TH AVE SOUTH · MOORHEAD, Minn. 56563 Volleyball Contacts: Tom Berg 218.477.2550 (tom.berg@mnstate.edu)

AVCA/Division II Coaches Poll

10-6 Overall 2-5 NSIC Opponent:................ Bemidji State and UMC Live Stats: web.mnstate.edu/livestats/volleyball/xlive.htm Home Court:............ Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse Athletic Website:..... www.msumdragons.com

2012 MSU Moorhead Schedule (9-5, 1-4) Date Opp. (TV).........................W/L..........Score August (2-0) Rollins Tournament 31 Chestnut Hill..............................W...............3-0 31 No. 19 Eckerd............................W...............3-1 September (8-6, 2-5 NSIC) Rollins Tournament 1 California University of Penn.....L...............0-3 1 No. 22 Rollins..........................W..............3-1 4 Florida Southern....................W..............3-1 Eckerd Tournament 6 No. 22 Eckerd..........................W..............3-2 7 Rollins......................................W..............3-2 7 Northwood (Fla.)......................W..............3-0 8 Newberry.................................W..............3-0 14 *St. Cloud State....................W..............3-1 15 *No. 4 Minnesota Duluth......L...............2-3 18 *Northern State....................L...............2-3 21 *No. 2 Concordia-St.Paul......L...............0-3 22 *No. 12 Minnesota State......L...............1-3 28 *Sioux Falls..........................W..............3-0 29 *No. 2 SMSU.......................L...............1-3 October (0-0, 0-0 NSIC) 5 *Bemidji State........................................0-0 6 *Minnesota, Crookston..........................0-0 12 *Upper Iowa..........................................0-0 13 *Winona State........................................0-0 16 *Northern State.....................................0-0 19 *Augustana............................................0-0 20 *Wayne State.........................................0-0 26 *Minnesota Duluth................................0-0 27 *St. Cloud State.....................................0-0 November (0-0, 0-0 NSIC) 1 *U-Mary..................................................0-0 3 *Minot State...........................................0-0 9 *Minnesota, Crookston..........................0-0 10 *Bemidji State.......................................0-0 Home games in BOLD

* Indicates NSIC Game

What’s Ahead After splitting a pair of matches at home, the Minnesota State University Moorhead volleyball team returns to the road this weekend for a pair of Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference matches. The Dragons will play at Bemidji State on Friday for a 7 p.m. match and will conclude the weekend trip at Minnesota, Crookston on Saturday (5 p.m. first serve). Live stats and live video links can be accessed above, while game notes can be found below. The Dragons (10-6, 2-5 NSIC) split their first two home matches of the season, sweeping Sioux Falls on Sept. 28 before losing to No. 2-ranked Southwest Minnesota State in four sets on Sept. 29. MSUM, which is receiving votes in the latest AVCA Division II Top 25 poll, is led by sophomore hitter Annie Palmquist, who has 178 kills and is hitting .265 for the season. Senior Heidi Lensing has 166 kills, while freshman Kaitlin VanWinkle has 136 and sophomore Maggie Gruber has 127. Senior setter Anna Olson has 381 set assists, while senior libero Katy Ness has 377 digs (best in the NSIC). VanWinkle leads with 63 total blocks, an average of 1.03 per game. As a team, MSUM is hitting .223, compared to .195 for its opponents. Tammy Blake, the dean of NSIC volleyball coaches, is in her 18th year at MSUM. She is 310-234 at the school. The Opponents Bemidji State The Beavers are 3-11 overall and 1-6 in the NSIC. Bemidji State has lost six matches in a row, including road matches at Winona State and Upper Iowa last weekend. Bemidji’s last Follow the Dragons on Twitter and Facebook @DragonAthletics “LIKE” facebook.com/DragonAthletics www.msumdragons.com

Rec

Pts Previous

1. Nebraska-Kearney (31).................14-0....... 798............1 2. Southwest Minnesota State .........14-1....... 761............2 3. Minnesota Duluth........................15-1....... 723............6 4. Washburn....................................13-1....... 678............3 5. Tampa.........................................11-2....... 658............7 6. Concordia-St.Paul (1)..................11-3....... 634............4 T7. Central Missouri.........................13-3....... 586............8 T7. West Texas A&M.........................14-2....... 586............5 9. Indianapolis.................................15-2....... 567............9 10. Minnesota State, Mankato.........10-4....... 496...........10 11. BYU-Hawaii................................9-2......... 479...........12 12. Angelo State..............................13-3....... 445...........11 13. Grand Canyon............................14-2....... 366...........13 14. Wheeling Jesuit..........................17-1....... 345...........15 15. Colorado School of Mines..........11-4....... 336...........16 16. Western Washington...................12-2....... 285...........17 17. Metro State................................9-5......... 234...........14 18. Wayne State (Neb.)....................13-3....... 206...........20 19. Fresno Pacific.............................13-1....... 191...........25 20. Regis ........................................10-6....... 165...........23 21. Ferris State................................12-3....... 147...........22 22. Sonoma State............................11-3....... 129...........24 23. West Florida ..............................9-6......... 112...........21 24. Adams State .............................12-2....... 84.............19 25. Central Washington....................10-4....... 66.............NR Dropped Out: No. 18 Chico State. Others receiving votes: Wayne State (Mich.) 54, Chico State 50, Winona State 39, UC San Diego 33, Northwood (Mich.) 29, Lewis 22, MSU Moorhead 18, Cal State Bernardino 16, Palm Beach Atlantic 15, Truman 14, Western Oregon 13, Armstrong Atlantic State 6. *Bolded teams denotes NSIC members

win was Sept. 14 at Minot State. Bethany Thompson leads the BSU hitting attack with 198 kills, while Courtney Volkmann has 451 set assists. Elissa Christensen leads with 164 digs, while Rachel Craig has 25 blocks. As a team, Bemidji State is hitting .166, compared to .245 for its opponents. Wayne Chadwick is in his third season as Bemidji State’s head coach with a record of 21-49 at the school. Minnesota-Crookston The Golden Eagles are 7-7 overall and 3-4 in the NSIC. They have lost four matches in a row, including two road matches at Upper Iowa and Winona State last weekend. Brittany Looker leads the UMC hitting attack at 132 kills, followed by Amanda Swann at 119. Paige Mitchell has 211 set assists, while Chelsea Wiesner has 222 digs. Morgan VanGerpen has 35 blocks. As a team, the Golden Eagles are hitting the exact same percentage as their opponents -- .164. Lee Anderson is in his sixth season as UMC’s head coach with a record of 35-124 at the school.


NSIC Volleyball Standings Conf. Overall Winona State ........................7-0.............15-2 Minnesota Duluth...................6-1.............15-1 Southwest Minnesota State....6-1.............14-1 Wayne State...........................6-1.............13-3 Concordia-St.Paul..................5-2.............11-3 Minnesota State.....................5-2.............11-4 Augustana .............................5-2.............11-5 Upper Iowa............................4-3.............10-6 Minnesota, Crookston............3-4..............7-7 MSU Moorhead......................2-5.............10-6 Northern State.......................2-5..............7-8 U-Mary..................................2-5.............2-12 Sioux Falls (S.D.)....................1-6..............9-7 St. Cloud State .....................1-6.............5-10 Benidji State..........................1-6.............3-11 Minot State............................0-7.............4-13

MSUM Games Played

2012 MSUM VOLLEYBALL QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY FACTS Location.....................................Moorhead, Minn. Founded....................................................... 1887 Enrollment................................................. 7,500 Nickname................................................ Dragons Colors............................................... Red & White Mascot...................................................... Scorch President.......................Dr. Edna Mora Szymanski Athletics Director.............................. Doug Peters Conference............... Northern Sun Intercollegiate

NSIC Players of the Week Offensive...........Kate Lange, Minnesota Duluth Defensive...............Katy Ness, MSU Moorhead VOLLEYBALL HISTORY Setter...........Ashley Hinsch, Minnesota Duluth First Year..................................................... 1966 All-Time Record..................................... 777-562 Home Court.....................Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse Dragons in the NSIC Ranks Capacity..................................................... 4,000 2011 Overall Record................................... 13-14 Individual 2010-11 NSIC Record................................... 11-9 Player.......... Category.........Rank.........# 2011 Letterwinners Ret./Lost.......................11/4

Ness............ Digs.................. 1st.... 6.08 VanWinkle.... Blocks............... 8th.... 1.03 Team ................... Digs................. 2nd.. 16.68 ................... Blocks............... 4th.... 2.20 ................... Kills.................. 5th...13.48 ....................Assists..............4th..12.71 ................... Hitting %.......... 7th...0.223

TEAM FACTS Head Coach............................. Tammy Blake-Kath Record at MSUM (Yrs.)............. 310-233 (17 Yrs.) Career Record (Yrs.)................. 310-233 (17 Yrs.) NSIC Championships (Last)............... 3 (2004-05) NSIC Tournament Championships..................... 0 Assistant Coaches ..........................Katy Peterson .................................................. Kelsey Hennessy Strength & Conditioning Coach.... Travis Anderson Head Athletic Trainer.......................Andrea Scott

................... Services Aces.. 16th.... 0.87 ................... Oppt. Hit %..... 13th.. 0.195

MSU Moorhead Notes Climbing the Charts --Ness has moved into second all-time in career digs at MSUM with 1,847. --Lensing is at 1,143 kills and is now seventh alltime in school history. She is just 47 kills away from sixth. --Olson is at 1,790 set assists, ranking her eighth all-time.

MSUM ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Associate Athletics Director.................. Tom Berg E-mail........................ Tom.Berg@mnstate.edu Office....................................... 218-477-2550 Secondary Contact............................ Jon Wepking E-mail.................... jon.wepking@mnstate.edu Office....................................... 218-477-2113 Sports Information Coordinator........ Collin Boyles E-mail......................... boylesco@mnstate.edu Cell.......................................... 701-771-1108

No.-Player Career GP 1-Amber Krenske................................................. 62 2-Maggie Gruber................................................ 133 3-Meredith Egeland............................................ 220 4-Katy Ness....................................................... 377 5-Morgan Gradishar............................................. 94 6-Annie Palmquist.............................................. 155 7-Heidi Lensing.................................................. 377 8-Anna Olson..................................................... 275 9-Sam Sullivan..................................................... 63 10-Abby Wolpern.................................................. 49 11-Ashley Feldman............................................. 121 12-Amanda Feils.................................................... 5 13-Kirsten Henning................................................ 0 14-Casie Baer...................................................... 49 15-Kelsey Hartkopf ................................................ 0 16-Kaitlin VanWinkle............................................ 61 18-Kristi Bruni....................................................... 1

MSUM’s Record When...

’12

When tied 0-0.............................................. 10-6 When down 0-1............................................ 2-6 When up 1-0................................................ 8-1 When tied 1-1.............................................. 5-2 When down 1-2............................................ 1-3 When up 2-1................................................ 5-0 When tied 2-2.............................................. 2-2 When down 0-2............................................ 0-3 When up 2-0................................................ 5-0 Scoring the first point.................................. 6-2 Giving up the first point................................ 4-4 Leading at match-point................................ 10-0 Behind at match-point.................................. 0-6 Vs. NSIC teams at home.............................. 1-1 Vs. NSIC teams on the road......................... 1-4 Vs. NSIC teams at neutral location............... 0-0 Vs. Non-NSIC teams at Home....................... 0-0 Vs. Non-NSIC teams on the road.................. 1-0 Vs. Non-NSIC teams at neutral location........ 7-1

NSIC Players of the Week Ness became the first MSUM player to earn NSIC Player of the Week honors this season, and has earned the Defensive Player of the Week honors four times (Sept. 4, 10, 24 and Oct. 1). NSIC preseason poll The Dragons were picked to finish seventh in the NSIC preseason coaches poll. The Dragons received 146 votes in the poll, just five away from sixth-place Augustana. Defending national champion Concordia led the poll with 225 points and 15 first-place votes. The regular-season champion will be determined by a 20-game conference schedule and will host the top eight teams qualifying in the NSIC tournament, to be held on Nov. 16-18.

In the Lair...

MSUM at Nemzek Fieldhouse vs. Non-Conf. vs. NSIC Overall 2009 0-0 6-4 6-4 2010 3-1 7-3 10-4 2011 1-2 5-5 6-7 2012 0-0 1-1 1-1 Totals 4-3 19-13 23-16


2012 DRAGONS IN THE MSUM RECORDS BOOK MSUM’S ALL-TIME KILL LEADER 1. Emily Hegg (1994-97)................................................ 1788 2. Cheri Pundsack (1987-90)......................................... 1373 3. Mary Sampson (1986-89).......................................... 1327 4. Sigourney Schaffer (2003-05)..................................... 1278 5. Laura Tvrdik (2007-10).............................................. 1234 6. Shawnette VanderWolde (1992-95)............................. 1179 7. Heidi Lensing (2009-12).............................................. 1143 8. Amy Gernand (1991-92)............................................. 1107 9. Megan Norling (2006-08)........................................... 1077 10. Michelle Larson (1990-93)....................................... 1038

2012 VOLLEYBALL COACH BIO

Tammy Blake HEAD COACH | Sgt. Bluff, Iowa | University of South Dakota - 1989 Having reached another memorable milestone, Tammy Blake launches her 18th season as head coach at Minnesota State University Moorhead in search of more goals in 2012.

MSUM’S ALL-TIME SERVICE ACES LEADER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Dana Gross (1989-92).................................................... 200 Tanya Wales (1991-94)................................................... 196 Sara Myskevitz (1992-94)............................................... 191 Shawnette Vanderwolde (1992-95)................................. 186 Cheri Pundsack (1987-90)............................................. 183 Emily Hegg (1994-97).................................................... 182 Amy Gernand (1991-92)................................................. 157 Jessica Bruns (1997-00)................................................ 127 Beth Fraser (1989-91).................................................... 124 Carrie Hegg (1993-94)................................................... 124 Mary Sampson(1986-89)............................................... 124

MSUM’S ALL-TIME BLOCK ASSISTS LEADER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Mary Sussenguth (2006-09).......................................... 390 Laura Tvrdik (2007-10)................................................. 349 Kelci Guenther (2005-08).............................................. 330 Val Wolf (1999-00, 02-03)............................................. 324 Mary Sampson (1986-89)............................................. 322 Ann Swanson (1987-90)................................................ 317 Jill Dixon (1998-01)...................................................... 286 Shawnette VanderWolde (1992-95)................................ 266 Amy Weinzierl (1997-00)............................................... 232

MSUM’S ALL-TIME BLOCK SOLOS LEADER 1. Mary Sampson (1986-89)............................................. 144 2. Shawnette VanderWolde (1992-95)................................ 121 3. Sigourney Schaffer (2003-05).......................................... 83 4. Emily Hegg (1994-97)..................................................... 80 5. Val Wolf (1999-00, 2003-05)........................................... 77 6. Ann Swanson (1987-90).................................................. 71 7. Shannon McQuade (1994)............................................... 65 8. Jill Dixon (1998-01)........................................................ 64 9. Amy Gernard (1991-92).................................................. 61 10. Lisa Jorgenson (1985-86).............................................. 59

MSUM’S ALL-TIME DIGS LEADER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Calla Oftedahl (2005-08)............................................ 2331 Katy Ness (2009-12).................................................. 1847 Emily Hegg (1994-97)................................................ 1807 Laurna Frankovich (1988-90)...................................... 1585 Dana Gross (1989-92)................................................ 1471 Jessica Bruns (1997-00)............................................ 1428 Tanya Wales (1991-94)............................................... 1366 Susan Kolbow (2001-04)............................................ 1301 Robyn Brady (1988-91).............................................. 1282 Shawnette VanderWolde (1992-95)............................. 1281

MSUM’S ALL-TIME ASSISTS LEADER 1. Julie Cancura (2004-07).............................................. 5334 2. Dana Gross (1989-92)................................................. 4662 3. Jessica Bruns (1997-00)............................................. 4261 4. Leigh Splittstoesser (2007-10).................................... 3181 5. Sara Myskevitz (1992-94)............................................ 3180 6. Suszi Larsen (1987-89)............................................... 2230 7. Renae Miller (1984-88)............................................... 2230 8. Anna Olson (2009-12)................................................ 1790 9. Heather Smith (2001-03)............................................ 1321 10.Susan Kolbow (2001-04)............................................. 1061

BLAKE-KATH YEAR-BY-YEAR

Season School Overall 2012 MSUM..............................10-6................ 2011 MSUM............................13-14................ 2010 MSUM............................16-12................ 2009 MSUM............................21-12................ 2008 MSUM............................17-14................ 2007 MSUM............................19-10................ 2006 MSUM............................16-12................ 2005 MSUM..............................25-6................ 2004 MSUM..............................23-8................ 2003 MSUM............................17-13................ 2002 MSUM............................10-20................ 2001 MSUM............................16-15................ 2000 MSUM..............................28-4................ 1999 MSUM............................12-15................ 1998 MSUM............................15-14................ 1997 MSUM............................14-16................ 1996 MSUM............................19-19................ 1995 MSUM............................19-23................ TOTAL...................................310-234................ *As head coach

The only coach to marshal the Dragons to the NCAA Division II post-season playoffs, Tammy Blake became the first and lone MSUM head coach to reach the 300-win plateau in 2011. A 1314 finish lifted her overall record at MSU Moorhead to 300-227. During her 17-year run, MSU Moorhead advanced to the NCAA Division II Regional tournament play in 2000, 2004 and 2005 and claimed a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference championship in 2000. The crowning jewel of her stay at MSUM was a remarkable 28-4 finish in 2000 that included a school record 17-match win streak, the return of the NSIC title to MSU Moorhead and a first ever appearance at the NCAA Division II North Central Regional Championships. It also earned Blake Regional Coach of the Year honors.

COACHING STAFF

Blake was appointed the fifth head volleyball coach in Dragon history in 1995 replacing Becky Schulze. She joined MSUM after four years as head coach at Vermillion High School in Vermillion, S.D. Her 1992-93 edition placed 11th on the final South Dakota High School poll. Assistant Coaches:............................. Katy Peterson .......................................................Kelsey Hennessy Strength & Conditioning Coach:......Travis Anderson Head Athletic Trainer:......................... Andrea Scott

She faced a major challenge in her first season at MSUM, including the upgrade from the NAIA to the powerful NCAA Division II, but Blake and the rebuilt Dragons posted a second place finish in the NSIC, the first of three straight league runner-up finishes. Blake directed a Division II-leading defense in 2011 while averaging 19.88 digs per game. All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference team member Katy Ness led the defensive game as her 6.03 digs per game set her at No. 8 in the country. Ness was one of three All-NSIC honorees for the Dragons on the season. Blake graduated from USD 1989 with a major in Physical Education/Health. Following her career at South Dakota, she spent two seasons at South Dakota State University as an assistant coach in volleyball and softball and earned a Master’s Degree. A native of Sgt. Bluff, Iowa, Blake graduated from Sgt. Bluff-Luton High School in 1984. A four-sport letterwinner, she was a three-year regular in volleyball at outside hitter. A two-time Iowa All-State and a three-time All-War Eagle Conference selection, Blake was voted Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior.


MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD DRAGONS BY CLASS

Seniors (4) Anna Olson Heidi Lensing Katy Ness Meredith Egeland Juniors (1) Ashley Feldman Sophomores (6) Maggie Gruber Annie Palmquist Amanda Feils Sam Sullivan Morgan Gradishar Kirsten Henning Freshman (6) Abby Wolpern Amber Krenske Casie Baer Kaitlin VanWinkle Kelsey Hartkopf Kristi Bruni

BY STATE

Colorado (1) Morgan Gradishar Minnesota (13) Abby Wolpern Amanda Feils Amber Krenske Anna OIson Ashley Feldman Casie Baer Heidi Lensing Kaitlin VanWinkle Katy Ness Kelsey Hartkopf Maggie Gruber Meredith Egeland Sam Sullivan Wisconsin (3) Annie Palmquist Kirsten Henning Kristi Bruni

NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name

Pos.

1 Amber Krenske.............. L/DS 2 Maggie Gruber.............. MB/RS 3 Meredith Egeland.......... MB/RS 4 Katy Ness...................... L 5 Morgan Gradishar......... OH 6 Annie Palmquist............ OH 7 Heidi Lensing................ OH 8 Anna Olson.................... S 9 Sam Sullivan................. S/RS 10 Abby Wolpern.............. MB/RS 11 Ashley Feldman........... MB/RS 12 Amanda Feils............... MB/RS 13 Kirsten Henning.......... OH/RS 14 Casie Baer................... S/DS 15 Kelsey Hartkopf .......... MB 16 Kaitlin VanWinkle......... MB 18 Kristi Bruni.................. OH

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown

H.S./Last School

5-7 6-2 6-1 5-7 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-2 5-10 5-8 5-11 5-11 5-10

Fr. So. Sr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Faribault, Minn. Belgrade, Minn Fisher, Minn. Ada, Minn. Aurora, Co. Grantsburg, Wis. Belgrade, Minn. Apple Valley, Minn. Woodbury, Minn. Belle Plaine, Minn. Baudette, Minn. Kellogg, Minn. Jackson, Wisc. Canby, Minn. Howard Lake, Minn. Farmington, Minn. Juneau, Wisc.

Faribault Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa Fisher Ada-Borup Grandview Grantsburg Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa Eastview Woodbury Belle Plaine Lake of the Woods Wabasha-Kellogg Kettle Moraine Lutheran Canby Dassel-Cokato Lakeville South Lakeside Lutheran

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown

H.S./Last School

5-8 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-7 5-11 5-7 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-0

Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Fr.

Canby, Minn. Juneau, Wisc. Fisher, Minn. Baudette, Minn. Kellogg, Minn. Aurora, Co. Belgrade, Minn. Howard Lake, Minn. Jackson, Wisc. Faribault, Minn. Belgrade, Minn. Ada, Minn. Apple Valley, Minn. Grantsburg, Wis. Woodbury, Minn. Farmington, Minn. Belle Plaine, Minn.

Canby Lakeside Lutheran Fisher Lake of the Woods Wabasha-Kellogg Grandview Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa Dassel-Cokato Kettle Moraine Lutheran Faribault Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa Ada-Borup Eastview Grantsburg Woodbury Lakeville South Belle Plaine

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name

Pos.

14 Casie Baer................... S/DS 18 Kristi Bruni.................. OH 3 Meredith Egeland.......... MB/RS 11 Ashley Feldman........... MB/RS 12 Amanda Feils............... MB/RS 5 Morgan Gradishar......... OH 2 Maggie Gruber.............. MB/RS 15 Kelsey Hartkopf .......... MB 13 Kirsten Henning.......... OH/RS 1 Amber Krenske.............. L/DS 7 Heidi Lensing................ OH 4 Katy Ness...................... L 8 Anna Olson.................... S 6 Annie Palmquist............ OH 9 Sam Sullivan................. S/RS 16 Kaitlin VanWinkle......... MB 10 Abby Wolpern.............. MB/RS

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Players Baer............................... Bay-er

PLAYERS BY HEIGHT Amanda Feils......................................................... 6-2

Sam Sullivan.......................................................... 5-11

Ashley Feldman...................................................... 6-2

Annie Palmquist..................................................... 5-10

Maggie Gruber....................................................... 6-2

Kristen Henning..................................................... 5-10

Meredith Egeland................................................... 6-1

Kristi Bruni............................................................ 5-10

Abby Wolpern......................................................... 6-0

Morgan Gradishar.................................................. 5-10

Heidi Lensing......................................................... 5-11

Anna Olson............................................................ 5-9

Kaitlin VanWinkle................................................... 5-11

Casie Baer............................................................. 5-8

Kelsey Hartkopf ..................................................... 5-11

Katy Ness.............................................................. 5-7 Amber Krenske...................................................... 5-7


2011-12 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYER BIOS

RADIO-TV ROSTER

1 - Amber Krenske L/DS, 5-7, Fr. Faribault, Minn. Faribault

2 - Maggie Gruber MB/RS, 6-2, So. Belgrade, Minn Belgrade-BrootenElrosa

3 - Meredith Egeland MB/RS, 6-1, Sr. Fisher, Minn. Fisher

4 - Katy Ness L, 5-7, Sr. Ada, Minn. Ada-Borup

5 - Morgan Gradishar OH, 5-10, So. Aurora, Co. Grandview

6 - Annie Palmquist OH, 5-10, So. Grantsburg, Wis. Grantsburg

7 - Heidi Lensing OH, 5-11, Sr. Belgrade, Minn. Belgrade-BrootenElrosa

8 - Anna Olson S, 5-9, Sr. Apple Valley, Minn. Eastview

9 - Sam Sullivan S/RS, 5-11, So. Woodburry, Minn. Woodburry

10 - Abby Wolpern MB/RS, 6-0, Fr. Belle Plain, Minn. Belle Plain

11 - Ashley Feldman MB/RS, 6-2, Jr. Baudette, Minn. Lake of the Woods

12 - Amanda Feils MB/RS, 6-2, So. Kellogg, Minn. Wabasha-Kellogg

13 - Kirsten Henning OH/RS, 5-10, So. Jackson, Wisc. Kettle Moraine Lutheran

14 - Casie Baer S/DS, 5-8, Fr. Canby, Minn. Canby

15 - Kelsey Hartkopf MB, 5-11, Fr. Howard Lake, Minn. Dassel-Cokato

16 - Kaitlin VanWinkle MB, 5-11, Fr. Farmington, Minn. Lakeville South

18 - Kristi Bruni OH, 5-10, Fr. Juneau, Wisc. Lakeside Lutheran

Head Coach Tammy Blake-Kath 18th Season

Assistant Coach Katy Peterson

Assistant Coach Kelsey Hennessy


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                  

MSUM Week 6 Volleyball Game Notes  

MSUM Volleyball Game Notes